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TriMet Bike & Ride
Secure, enclosed bike parking with keycard access
At TriMet's Bike & Ride facilities, you can park your bike in a secure, enclosed building with keycard access. You pay just pennies per hour, with no monthly fee. Now open at Sunset, Beaverton and Gresham Central TCs.
Beaverton Transit Center
Located at 4050 SW Lombard St. in Beaverton.
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Gresham Central Transit Center
Located on the east side of the Park & Ride Garage, 523 NE 8th St. in Gresham.
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Sunset Transit Center
Located on the south side of the Park & Ride garage, 10470 SW Barnes Rd. in Beaverton.
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How it works
- Buy a $20 keycard online from BikeLink™ (888-540-0546). A one-time fee of $5 is charged to activate your card. Keycards are also available at the TriMet Ticket Office at Pioneer Courthouse Square.
- Insert your keycard at the door to enter the facility and start the meter.
- Lock your bike to the rack inside using a quality chain or U-lock.
- Pay just 3 cents/hour 8 a.m.–8 p.m. on weekdays and 1 cent/hour all other times. If you leave a bike longer than 14 days, the bike is considered abandoned.
- Use your keycard at any BikeLink facility nationwide.
- Bike & Ride facilities are accessible 24 hours a day with your keycard, and they are monitored by security cameras.
Still have questions? Read the Q & A.
Tip: Keep a 'station bike' at a Bike & Ride or in an electronic locker
With secure parking at a Bike & Ride or in an electronic bike locker (eLocker), you can park your bike overnight, then take a bus or train to the transit center and finish your commute by bike. You get the fun and exercise of biking to work or school, without the hassle of hauling it back and forth on MAX every day.
About TriMet's Bike & Ride facilities
Until now, renting an assigned bike locker was the best way to protect your bike from both theft and parts removal. Unfortunately, an assigned space is not a very efficient use of resources. Most assigned bike lockers have long waiting lists, but are actually empty most of the time.
Like curbside parking for cars, Bike & Ride parking spaces are shared. Compared to assigned parking systems, a Bike & Ride can serve 5 to 7 times more cyclists each year.
The Sunset, Beaverton and Gresham Bike & Ride facilities are the first of a planned regional Bike & Ride system.
TriMet Bike & Ride facilities are funded by federal stimulus money from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).